GM Korea Reports 16.9% Increase in February Sales Amid Strong Demand

SEOUL — GM Korea Co., the South Korean subsidiary of General Motors Co., experienced a significant sales boost in February, marking a 16.9 percent increase from the previous year. This growth is attributed to robust demand for its vehicles within South Korea and in international markets.

According to Yonhap News Agency, GM Korea sold a total of 30,630 vehicles last month, a notable rise from the 26,191 units sold during the same period last year. This increase was driven by a surge in domestic sales, which soared 77.9 percent to 1,987 units, and a 14.2 percent climb in exports, totaling 28,643 units. The Trax Crossover compact SUV emerged as a particularly popular model, with sales more than doubling from the previous year to 16,278 units, underscoring the strong consumer preference for SUVs.

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